“Les Visages ” Sunglasses Collection from Lanvin

To celebrate ten years at the French house Lanvin, Alber Elbaz imagine a collection of sunglasses inspired by his famous sketches.

Lanvin "Les Visages " Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin “Les Visages ” Sunglasses Collection

As summer is fast approaching, Lanvin presents a new capsule collection of sunglasses, signed by Alber Elbaz, artistic director of the French fashion house for 10 years. Entitled “Les Visages”, the line includes two of the most popular models of the brand,the large square frame and the rounded one which is more retro. The glasses are made of transparent acetate, whose creator had the idea to counter (on the inside of the branches) playful and colorful illustrations, signature of his style. Unique designs that are available from black to cinnamon through the purple and tortoiseshell. Now available in stores for 225 euros, this collection is steeped in subtle details like small rivets burnished metal applied to the face and arms of the glasses or handwritten by designer Lanvin logo on the glasses. They will be the perfect companion for summer in the city, and on the sunny coast.

Lanvin "Les Visages " Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin “Les Visages ” Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin "Les Visages " Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin “Les Visages ” Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin "Les Visages " Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin “Les Visages ” Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin "Les Visages " Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin “Les Visages ” Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin "Les Visages " Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin “Les Visages ” Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin "Les Visages " Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin “Les Visages ” Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin "Les Visages " Sunglasses Collection

Lanvin “Les Visages ” Sunglasses Collection

 

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